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Is My VGA in the database?

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by amiguete, Jun 15, 2005.

  1. amiguete New Member

    Jun 15, 2005
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    Hi mates!! :p
    I have some problems playing GTA San Andreas..... While I'm playing my PC restarts automatically and I'm thinking about the possibility of VGA problem. When I found this web... I went to see vga database but my ati radeon 9600 was missing (maybe i think it). The features that are in the box of my vga are the next:
    -GPU Core 256 Bit
    -Memory Interface 128 Bit
    -Core Speed 325 Mhz
    -Memory Speed 400 Mhz
    -DDR Ram 256 MB
    -Ramdac 400 Mhz
    And few more...
    I don't know if it is pro, non-pro, se... I will be very happy if someone let me know...
    Another question.... This vga has fan sensor? I want to know the temperature for do some overclock...
    And the last point... which is the best driver for my vga... catalyst, omega...?
    Thank you very much .... :D
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  2. djbbenn

    Apr 11, 2005
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    Looks like that card is a non-pro...The reasons for the reset could be overheating or it just can't handle the game. For the temp sensor, I'm pretty sure it doesn't have one, and drivers, I just use the cats as they are stable and made by ATI. Hope it helps. ;)

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  3. Hellraiser1981

    Apr 15, 2005
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    Sounds like a system problem, not VGA. Possibly video or chipset drivers. But, as always, make sure nothing is getting too hot while playing the game. 325Mhz core = 9600 (non-pro) which is probably an RV350, so no temp sensor.
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